Naming Compounds and chemical formulas.?

I need help on my science homewor.d

Name the type of bond (ionic bond, ionic bond w/ transition metals, or covalent) and the name of the formula.

1.MnO

2.MgF2

3.SI2

4.P2Se3

5.Cr2C

6.K2S

7.Al I3

8.Ag3N

9.PCl3

10.SiBr4

Write the chemical formulas for the following compounds.

1.iron(II) chloride

2.rubidium sulfide

3.phosphorus difluoride

4.dinitrogen trioxide

5.titanium trioxide

6.dihydrogen oxide

7.hydrogen chloride

8.aluminum phosphide

9.zinc(II)carbide

10.beryllium chloride

I have most of the answers but I just want to check them. Thanks!

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  • 1 decade ago
    Best Answer

    Manganese(II) Oxide

    Magnesium Fluoride

    Sulfur Diiodide (sp?)

    Diphosphorus TriSelenide

    Chromium(IV) Carbide

    Potassium Sulfide

    Aluminum(III) Iodide

    Silver(I) Nitride

    Phosphorus Trichloride

    Silicon Tetrabromide

    FeCl2

    Rb2S

    PF2

    N2O3

    H2O

    HCL

    AlP

    Zn2C2

    BeCl

    Source(s): My chemistry teacher...
  • Ruth
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

    NaF = I think it is Sodium Floride and it is an Ionic Compound yes C3H8 = propane and is Covalent yes BaCl2 = Barium diChloride and is Ionic barium chloride (Only use Greek prefixes with compounds of two nonmetals) Ba3P2 = Barium diphosphide and is Ionic barium phosphide (See above), and it's more covalent than ionic NaO2 = Sodium Oxide and is covalent NaO2 is sodium superoxide, rare. ionic P8I3 = Phosphorous Iodide and is Covalent Never heard of ti. I think you have a typo. There is PI3, phosphorous triiodide, which is covalent. NH3 = Nitrogen Hydride and is Covalent NH3 is ammonia, and its covalent Na2S = Sodium Sulfide and is ionic yes, but its only about 50/50 ionic/covalent Now for this next set he gave us the Name of the compound and I have to figure out the chemical formula and the type of compound. Sodium Oxide = Na02 = Covalent No Na2O, more ionic Trisulfur Dioxide = S302 = Covalent Yes, but not a common compound Pentane = C5H12 = Covalent yes Calcium Nitride = CaN2 = Ionic Ca3N2 is calcium nitride Potassium Carbide = KC = Ionic K2C2 is potassium carbide. carbide ion is C2^2-

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